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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Exploring the Public Realm: Understanding Multiple Ways of Publicness in Urban America Anirban Adhya (Lawrence Technological University) Dec 01, 2008
The Active Thermal Manifold Skin Michael D. Gibson (Ball State University) Dec 01, 2008
Skin Deep: Breathing Life into the Layer between Man and Nature Doris Kim Sung (University of Southern California) Dec 01, 2008
A Digitally Fabricated House for New Orleans Lawrence Sass (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Dec 01, 2008
Pilot Project to Aid in the Development of a Preservation Plan for Old Acoma Village Dennis G. Playdon (Temple University), Kate Wingert-Playdon (Temple University) Dec 01, 2008
From Benchtop to Bedside: Exchanging Research Lessons Learned in an Undergraduate Program Meredith Banasiak (University of Colorado, Denver) Dec 01, 2008
Educate, Preserve, Reuse: The Good (Not Great) Garage Buildings of San Francisco Mark Kessler (University of California, Davis) Dec 01, 2008
Value Densification Community Mapping Project Constance C. Bodurow, Assoc. AIA, AICP (Lawrence Technological University), Alan Hoback, PE (University of Detroit Mercy), Jordan Martin (Lawrence Technological University), Calvin Creech, PE, LEED AP (Lawrence Technological University) Dec 01, 2008
Design for Aging Review 9: Data Mining Findings AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community (DFA), Perkins Eastman Research Collaborative Oct 01, 2008
Medical Simulation: Designing for the Future? Ann Kenyon, AIA, LEED AP, Molly McFarland Sep 01, 2008